August 18, 2021

EVERETT, Mass. — Families will now be juggling their booster shot schedule for the start of the school year.

Some families are concerned the waning vaccines may make them more vulnerable to spread as their children go back to school. This year, back-to-school supplies are also becoming things like PPE and Covid vaccines. [MORE]


December 18, 2020

NORTHAMPTON — On Tuesday afternoon, Christina Remmes, who goes by “Smiles,” was busking on Main Street in front of the empty storefront that once housed Faces, playing “The Rivers of Texas” on her guitar and collecting some money in her case. She chatted with friends as they walked by, handing one person some change from her guitar case. [MORE]


Reinventing Care for the most vulnerable, at risk patients.

December 1, 2020

Eliot Community Human Services is committed to serving the most vulnerable of populations – those at risk with limited or no resources for help. We reached out to healthcare industry thought leaders and other interested partners to elicit their input on care. We are pleased to share our findings in Reinventing Care for the most vulnerable, at risk patients. Learn more here.  

A Letter from Eliot CEO Kate Markarian

September 15, 2020

Eliot has been engaging in ongoing work regarding equity, diversity, and inclusion throughout the organization. Read this letter from Eliot CEO Kate Markarian to Eliot staff regarding Eliot’s efforts on diversity and inclusion…[Read Here]

Malden YMCA supports Eliot Family Resource Center’s food pantry

April 20, 2020

The Malden YMCA has been serving the Everett, Malden and Medford communities since 1881 with programs focused on healthy living, youth development and social responsibility. Despite facility closures and program cancelations in response to the COVID-19 crisis, they have retooled their efforts to offer virtual fitness programs, regular phone check-ins with vulnerable members and a ramp-up of emergency food and meal distribution…[MORE]

New Bedford’s JoJo Goodine working with at-risk youth

April 19, 2020

Everytime he looks at his hands, JoJo Goodine is constantly reminded of his playing days at New Bedford High. And it’s a good thing.“We played the Super Bowl on the astroturf at Boston College my junior year,” said Goodine.”….[MORE]


Central Middlesex Police Partnership welcomes Jail Diversion Program clinician

July 8, 2019

The police chiefs of Acton, Bedford, Concord, Carlisle, Lincoln, Lexington, Stow, Maynard and Hanscom Air Force Base, which make up the Central Middlesex Police Partnership, announced that the Bedford Police Department has a new Jail Diversion Program clinician, Mackenzie Dezieck….[MORE]

Must-know Mental Health and Homeless Services Resources

July 3, 2019

Massachusetts librarians are fortunate to have a mental health organization to connect with for support for patrons experiencing homelessness and mental illness…[MORE]

Elm Brook Place to host first art show

June 17, 2019

Elm Brook Place, a program in Burlington serving people with mental illness, is inviting the community to a first-of-its-kind art show on June 22…[MORE]

North Reading Police Established Partnership

June 7, 2019

North Reading Police Department has dramatically increased its capacity for supporting the mental health needs of residents…[MORE]

Nashoba Valley Community Healthcare Fund Awards Grants

May 24, 2019

The Greater Lowell Community Foundation and the Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts announced that they had awarded $176,881 in grants to a total of 18 local nonprofits…[MORE]